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First Look: Tract Optics TORIC 4-25×50 UHD ELR Scope

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Tract Optics has just released a brand new ELR (extreme long range) riflescope that is the latest newcomer to its TORIC product line. This latest scope, the TORIC 4-25x50mm UHD ELR scope has been outfitted with everything needed to make the life of an extreme long range shooter easy. It has a front focal plane (FFP) reticle, it is built around a wider 34 mm main tube and most importantly, this new scope has a massive amount of internal elevation. This means that extreme long range shooters and precision rifle competitors have the ability to dial up to 47 MRAD or 160 MOA without having to hold. This TORIC riflescope has a zoom range of 4 to 25 power, and its objective lens diameter is 50 mm. Besides the extra low dispersion lens, the parallax on the scope is adjustable from 15 yards all the way to infinity.

“With the continued growth of Long Range and Extreme Long Range shooting, the problem of running out of elevation is a continual challenge,” said TRACT co-founder Jon LaCorte. “Our goal with this new scope is to help them overcome that challenge. The New TORIC 4-25X50 34mm FFP Rifle Scope provides a massive amount of elevation adjustment to allow shooters to dial out to distances never possible before,” LaCorte added. “We look forward to feedback from shooters across the ELR, PRS, rimfire, and airgun disciplines.”

TORIC 4-25×50 UHD ELR Scope Specifications:

  • Magnification: 4-25 power
  • Objective Lens: 50 mm
  • Focal Plane: First Focal Plane
  • Twilight Factor: 35.3
  • Diopter Range: +2/-3
  • FOV @ 100 yards: 29.2 feet 4x / 4.7 feet 25x
  • Length: 13.5 inches
  • Weight: 39 ounces
  • Click Value: MOA ¼ , MRAD 0.10
  • Elevation Range: 160 MOA or 47 MRAD
  • Illuminated Reticle: Yes
  • Battery Type: CR 2032
  • Recoil Shock Resistance: 1000g
  • Turret Zero Stop: Yes
  • Country of Origin: Japan
  • MSRP: $1,494

To learn more please visit tractoptics.com

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